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Internetworking with DTN

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I will discuss the properties of internetworked systems that incorporate DTN (Disruptive-/Delay- Tolerant Network) technologies and claim that DTN has the potential to gradually become the network protocol of choice for all heterogeneous internetworks. I will highlight examples from the space and opportunistic network domains and present my view of Future Internet along with a corresponding research agenda. During my talk, I will present the projects, activities and research achievements of the Space Internetworking Center.

Note: FP7 -Space, FP-7 REGPOT and ESA support is acknowledged.

Bio: Vassilis Tsaoussidis (Professor, ECE , DUTH) holds degrees in Applied Mathematics (Aristotle University, Greece) and Computer Science (Ph.D in Computer Networks Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany). Vassilis held a postdoctoral appointment at the Department of Computer Science, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ and faculty appointments at the Computer Science Department of SUNY Stony Brook, NY and the college of Computer Science of Northeastern University, Boston, MA. He was Visiting Professor at MIT , where he served his sabbatical in 2009 and is a research associate since then. Vassilis is the Director of “Internetworked Systems Lab”, and founder of “Space Internetworking Center – SPICE ”. For more details, please check

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